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Decay in Education System

August holiday is here with us and most education institutions have taken a break away from the normal school routine. It is also ‘harvesting’ time for the students. By harvesting means parents can audit what the students have been doing all along the term.

Students breaking for August holiday

According to various parents interviewed by our Newsline.co.ke reporter, the Ministry of Education needs to make a careful and critical examination of teachers contracted by some private schools. “The remarks scribbled by the headteacher on my son’s report card shows clearly that the teacher himself is half baked. If the government cannot intervene, I’ll have to transfer my son else where for the remaining part of the year”, Said a concerned parent identified as Peter.

Report card sampled by our reporter in Karatina Town. Photo by Newsline.co.ke team.

Another guardian who was interviewed in Kerugoya town had this to say. “This new syllabus called CBC is good for our kids but the homework given is so involving even to us parents. In some subjects i’ve to take photos of my daughter cooking or singing in church and send to the teacher for evaluation. What of parents with no smart phones?”, Posed Godfrey Mwangi.

“The remarks scribbled by the headteacher on my son’s report card shows clearly that the teacher himself is half baked. If the government cannot intervene, I’ll have to transfer my son else where for the remaining part of the year”, Said a concerned parent identified as Peter.

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